What we need is another topic here about web design and code to protect images and video. A lot of people out there try to use are work to get web traffic for their sites to sell advertising. It is really no different then any other media now where its all about the advertising $$$.
There is a lot of different scripts out there that can be helpful without helping the competition out too much. Tim, can there be a photo video rights protected code only topic?
There really is no inexpensive way to protect web images and video. That "right click disabled" thing is easily circumvented. Flash files can be opened and the images extracted. Worst comes to worst, you can just do a printscreen and paste into Photoshop. Any kind of video that can be streamed can be saved with the right program, and of course any video downloaded can be immediately copied and distributed just by going to YouTube. (Not saying this is legal or ethical, just that that's the way it is.) In short, the only way to protect your content is to never put it on the internet. Only put content on the internet that you can afford to have stolen. I can afford to have my 850px wide images stolen, seeing as there isn't much you can do with them in terms of image sales, so I post those (and still go after those who violate the copyright.) I wouldn't want my 3,500 pixel wide images to be stolen, so those don't go on the net, ever. If I ever got that sweet shot of extraterrestrials partying with Elvis, I sure as heck wouldn't put it on my website.
The only effective way that I've ever heard is using something like Digimarc, which is expensive, since they actually trawl the net looking for infringements for you.